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stacker:docs:syntheticstereo [2012/04/18 13:50]
rjlittlefield [Limitations]
stacker:docs:syntheticstereo [2013/09/03 00:12] (current)
rjlittlefield [Overview]
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-Stereo and rocking are powerful ways to show off the 3-D structure of your subjects.  With Zerene Stacker, they are now also easy!  Instead of shooting a separate stack for each viewing angle, Zerene Stacker allows you to take a __single__ stack and make multiple images that can become a stereo pair, a rocking animation, even rocking stereo.+Stereo and rocking are powerful ways to show off the 3-D structure of your subjects.  With Zerene Stacker, they are now also easy!  Instead of shooting a separate stack for each viewing angle, Zerene Stacker allows you to shoot a __single__ stack and then use synthetic rotation to make multiple images that can become a stereo pair, a rocking animation, even rocking stereo.
  
    
  
-In Zerene Stacker, synthetic stereo and 3-D rocking works well with a wide variety of subjects, including those with transparency, strong overlaps, bristles, and so on, that often cause problems for other packages.+In Zerene Stacker, this capability to do synthetic stereo and 3-D rocking from a single stack works well with a wide variety of subjects, including those with transparency, strong overlaps, bristles, and so on, that often cause problems for other packages.
  
    
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-Finally, a side-by-stereo display of a smaller part of the frame (again, crossed-eye layout).+Finally, a side-by-side stereo display of a smaller part of the frame (again, crossed-eye layout).
  
    
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